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It’s pretty easy to hang your hat and get comfortable [in Hawaii].
I got very comfortable here very quickly, but after I’d been here about a year and a half or two years, I knew that this place was in my heart, forever. Otherwise, you start to take it for granted and it can lose its charm. , with the return of Catherine and having to rescue Mc Garrett’s mom.
I don’t know how to answer that question; I’m all f—ked up, man. The whole show has been extremely physically daunting.
That’s one of the things I’m trying to figure out at the moment now; I don’t know how much longer I can do it. Once I finish an episode, I put it out of my mind so that I can move on and retain new information, but the 100th episode [where Mc Garrett got waterboarded] was really hard. We’re both argumentative and opinionated, so it’s easy to yell at each other.
It’s really easy not to do a good job, and sometimes you can not do a good job and not even realize it, so you’ve got to be careful what data you sort of download onto their clean little hard drives. Doris is a basket case, and as a result of that, Steve carries a lot of baggage about that woman. I think back to when I was doing most of my own stunts in the first few years — that was not a great idea.
O’LOUGHLIN: People come here for a week at a time, but there are aspects of living on an island in the middle of the ocean that are difficult, too. O’LOUGHLIN: I think it’s a really important episode for Steve, in the sense that these women have meant the most to him in his life, but have also caused the most grief and pain.
My Mc Garrett is so different from Jack Lord’s Mc Garrett, and Scott’s Danno is very different from the old Danno.
But I also think that with every successful show, there’s an element of alchemy somewhere.
show, I’m the main guy, and I defy anybody to do what I’ve done for as long I’ve done it and hold out the way I have. We had a medic standing by, and I set it up so I actually let them waterboard me and I thought it would be interesting, but I got really sick with pneumonia after that. But it’s also one of the first aspects that came out of our characters in the pilot, in the first read-through of the pilot script.
Dude, I was a fit, strong, healthy guy when I started the show, and I still am, but you sustain what you sustain. I had to kind of “go there” with some of the emotional stuff about my dad, so I tried to sink my teeth into that one. We don’t back down from one another, so when we get that stuff, we know it’s fun and we know how to play it.
O’LOUGHLIN: I can settle pretty well and pretty quickly, pretty much anywhere.